The London Legacy Development Corporation is responsible for developing and managing Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and working to support and engage with the local boroughs, communities and people that live around, work within or simply visit and enjoy the Park. If you want to be part of the diverse and dedicated team responsible for transforming our wonderful part of east London then please take a look at the full list of our current vacancies below.
It's truly a great place to work and you can read more about what it's like to work with us at London Legacy Development Corporation by clicking here.
We are absolutely committed to better reflecting the communities we serve in east London, and we are always looking for candidates who are passionate about this too. We’re keen to hear how your work and lived experience make you suitable for our roles and we especially welcome applications from people based in our local communities, or those from traditionally under-represented groups.
We’re very proud of our inclusive culture at LLDC – we care as much about what you have the potential to do as what you have already done, and, when you apply, we want to hear how you will give us a better representation of the perspectives of those we are here to serve.
At LLDC we appreciate that you may want a flexible approach to working, it’s about giving our employees the opportunity to be adaptable and embrace new ways of working to improve our productivity and performance. Our roles will be considered for flexible working if required, which could be, for example, job share, part time hours, home working or compressed hours.
During our recruitment process the names of candidates are not shared with our hiring managers. The name-blind application process removes any potential unconscious bias and ensures that all candidates are considered for our roles based solely on their skills, experience and competencies. If you are asked to supply a CV, we’d ask that you please remove your name before doing so as this will assist us with this process.